Ed Oxley, Author at HebTroCo

Ed Oxley

True ‘Til Death

Our next pop up event will be in Accrington on Saturday 11th November at the opening party of the new True ‘Til Death tattoo shop. We will be playing records and showing a full collection of our jackets, trousers, belts and boots  which will be available for trying on. We will be there from midday onwards, […]

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Secret Pocket

Did you know that there is a secret pocket in every pair of HebTroCo trousers? The secret pocket has eluded many people who own and have even been wearing our trousers for some time. The secret pocket is made from the same heavy cotton pocketing material as the pocket itself. A bit like a nice […]

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Matthew Southward

It’s always a buzz when you spot someone wearing your products. At our recent Bizarre Bazaar there was a smart chap stood at the bar. We noticed that he was wearing Light Olive GVNR Shorts held up with a beautiful Walnut Brown Garrison Belt. He looked so good that we got Alex to take some […]

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Bizarre Bazaar

The first HebTroCo pop up shop was in the Blazing Saddles bike shop in Hebden Bridge. The shop had been devastated by the floods of Boxing Day 2015 and was in the process of being cleared and dried out ready for building works. We’d been there the day after the flood, helping to sweep mud and […]

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It’s nuts

The 1485 Jacket is made from British woven wool, with a British woven cotton lining. It will now also be finished with British made buttons. It seemed nuts that we couldn’t find genuinely British made buttons. Well don’t worry because we’ve found some now, and even better, they are actually made from nuts. They are […]

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See what’s up our sleeve

When wearing our 1485 Wool Jacket it’s reassuring to know that you have something special up your sleeve. The jackets are fully lined with a very special parachute fabric which is woven in Lancashire. Here’s the story. This cloth is used to make a kind of drogue* parachute in many of the jet fighters around […]

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Ride Free or Die

What does it mean? It comes from Live Free or Die. So it means just that, but on bikes. Be independent, take responsibility for your own actions, look after yourself and don’t take instruction from self appointed authority figures. Ride like you want to live. Ride free or die. It’s an aspiration and a code […]

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